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Access CVS with a Stored SSH Key If you don't want to enter your password each time you access a CVS repository, you can create a set of SSH authorization keys and use the public-key method ...
Schedule Work on an Artifact To plan how and when an artifact is to be addressed, assign it to a planning folder.
Associate Code Commits Create associations between code commits and other CollabNet TeamForge items, such as tracker artifacts or documents, to help define relationships, track dep...
Baselines and Baseline Definitions List View A baseline or a baseline definition will be added to the baselines/baseline definitions list once you've have created it.
Work with Artifact Cards In the Planning Board, artifact cards are displayed in ranked sequence within each swim lane. Using Planning Board, you can quickly add new cards (quick add)...
Change a Password To protect the security of your TeamForge account, change the password regularly.
Check Command History Recent command history for a replica server or a specific repository allows you to check for errors and see whether there are pending commands.
Check Out Code You can use the checkout command to check out the code from Subversion or GIT repository.
Create Baseline Package After the baseline is created, you can create an archive of the actual baseline content that would include the baselined configuration items.
Create a Project Baseline Definition The first step in baselining is to create baseline definition for the project. A project baseline definition defines the inclusion criteria for the qualified...
Create a New Project from a Baseline
Create a Source Code Repository Each project can have one or more source code repositories. Before you can create a source code repository, a site administrator must first add one or more S...
Delete a Source Code Repository When you delete a repository, a request is submitted to the administrator for approval.
Work with Your Documents You can find and view a document by navigating to it, by searching for it, or by viewing it from a URL or unique identifier. You can also open a document fro...
Get the Code Browse TeamForge to find the code you want to work on, then check out the code.
My Settings To help get started on collaborating with other project members, you can provide some information about yourself.
Join a Project To create, store, and share work on a CollabNet TeamForge site, first join a project.
HTML EMails for Tracker Artifacts From its 17.8 release, when you create or update an artifact, TeamForge sends HTML emails to users assigned to and users monitoring that artifact.
Work with the Internal Code Browser For Subversion and Git repositories, you have the option to use the TeamForge code browser which is turned on by default while integrating the source code se...
Linkify Custom Object IDs in Code Browser Include custom object IDs in your commit messages and have them automatically converted to hyperlinks. This is possible if you set up custom object ID mappin...
Monitoring Activities in TeamForge When you monitor an item, such as a task or a document, you are notified by email when that item is updated. You can also monitor a discussion forum or proje...
My Workspace Your My Workspace is a personal workspace that offers a handful of configurable widgets such as My Recent Projects, My Recent Repositories, Git Code Reviews,...
Share Project News Regular project news announcements help members stay in touch with events that can affect their work on the project.
Team View in Planning Board The Team view in Planning Board provides an option to filter artifacts for a specific team within the selected planning folder.
FAQs on Projects These are some of the frequently asked questions on projects.
Review Code (Gerrit Single-commit and Pull Request Reviews) TeamForge provides a unified code review experience as it supports both Pull Request and Gerrit single-commit reviews.
Replicate a Repository When a Subversion Edge replica has been successfully registered with a TeamForge SCM integration server, it is available to project administrators in project...
Advanced Reporting and Datamart Access Using external reporting and OLAP tools, query the datamart directly and generate reports. The database schema diagrams provide the means to create advanced ...
Customize Reports You can customize your reports by modifying the parameters in config.ini file. For example, some reports require a particular data source such as datamart an...
Customize Reports You can customize your reports by modifying the parameters in config.ini file. For example, some reports require a particular data source such as datamart an...
Run, Edit, Export or Delete a Report Run a report to get fresh data on the status of your project.
Reporting in TeamForge Generate a report to get a snapshot of what is going on in a project. You can generate reports on data stored in both TeamForge's production (operational) da...
Jump to ID / Advanced Search When you want to search for TeamForge objects such as tracker artifacts or documents, you can quickly search using a unique identifier or a keyword or you ca...
Search Code Integration with Black Duck Code Sight (BDCS) is no longer supported in TeamForge 17.1 and later. TeamForge 17.1 (and later) is equipped with its own code se...
Manage Your Project Teams The Team feature, as the name implies, enables you to create logical groups of team members to carry out project activities more efficiently in an agile envi...
Create Dependent Tracker Artifacts To organize your work with tracker artifacts, you can make an artifact a child or a parent of another artifact.
Associate Tracker Artifacts You can connect tracker artifacts with other CollabNet TeamForge items such as documents or topics. Creating associations between items enables you to define...
Clone a Tracker Artifact Save effort in duplicating a tracker artifact within the project and across projects by cloning artifacts in TeamForge.
Create Tracker Artifacts You can create a tracker artifact whenever you need to report and track a bug, feature request, support request, or other type of issue. You can also create ...
Edit Tracker Artifacts Updating the information in tracker artifacts is one important way that project members can work together effectively.
Export Tracker Artifacts To use the contents of artifacts from a tracker or a planning folder in other applications, export them to a .csv, .xml, .xlsx or tab-delimited file.
Filter Tracker Artifacts When a large number of tracker artifacts makes it difficult to find the one you want, filter and sort the list to narrow down the possibilities.
Import Tracker Artifacts You can now import artifacts into TeamForge using the Excel/CSV tracker import function. Data from both Excel and CSV files can be imported.
Move a Tracker Artifact As work proceeds on a tracker artifact, its focus may change. If this happens, it may be appropriate to move the artifact into a different tracker, or to a t...
Find Tracker Artifacts If the filter returns too many results or not enough, try the search facility. The Tracker contains a comprehensive search system that enables you to find a ...
Unmonitor Artifacts via HTML EMails You can now be able to unmonitor any artifact right from the HTML emails that you receive whenever you create or update any artifact.
Use Kanban Board After the kanban board is configured, you can use it to view, plan and track work items for the selected planning folder or the selected team within that pla...
View the Baseline Package You can view the list of baselined configuration items in a baseline package.
View the Baseline You can view the baseline and baseline definition details once it is created.
View Code Commits To stay up to date with code development on a project, browse the code commits made to each repository integrated into your TeamForge site.
Wiki Syntax You can use special wiki text markup to do a wide variety of cool and useful things on TeamForge wiki pages.
Contribute to Project Wiki The TeamForge Wiki allows you to create an unlimited number of Wiki pages in each TeamForge project. A Wiki page is a tool for managing project information a...